Journal of MCH and AIDS



It is no longer “news” that poor countries of the world bear the greatest burden of diseases affecting mothers, neonates, infants, children, and families as well as HIV/AIDS. But what is news –and a bad one for that matter–is that diseases impacting populations in poor developing countries receive little or no documentation and reporting in existing peer-reviewed journals.

What is worse? Very little of research publications in reputable journals and development productivity come from researchers and scientists based in the developing countries. This is bad news especially in this age of big data where data is used to make global health decisions that impact inequalities around the world.

To address this gap, GHEP publishes the International Journal of MCH and AIDS (IJMA), a multidisciplinary, peer-reviewed, global health, open access journal that publishes original research articles, review articles, clinical studies, evaluation studies, policy analyses, and commentaries/opinions in all areas of maternal, infant, child health, (MCH) and HIV/AIDS in low and middle-income countries, and in populations experiencing health disparities around the world.

Submissions to IJMA are free and open to all researchers from the developing countries, and those from developed world working with populations characterized by health disparities.

Help for Developing Country Researchers. We even have an International Peer Mentoring Program to assist emerging researchers from developing countries to finesse their research with assistance from experts in the developed world, and having them published in an international journal like IJMA. This is a service worth thousands of US$$$ offered free.

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